“5 Years Continuous Permission by Department of AYUSH, Government of India, New Delhi from the academic session 2014-2015 to 2018-2019”
Approved by Government of Karnataka Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka
Recognized by Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi Approved by Department of AYUSH, Government of India, New Delhi
Development of new campus near Bangalore International Airport.
FOR ADMISSION DETAILS : Eligibility for Admission, Duration, Attendance and Scheme of Examination

Welcome to
Indian Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine & Research
Indian Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine & Research, Bangalore, Karnataka, India is a maiden venture of Sri Krishnarajendra Charitable Trust (SKRCT) registered under the Indian Trust Act and established in the year 1989 as a non-profit making organisation whose main objective is to rejuvenate Ayurvedic Education and also to initiate research and development in Ayurvedic Medicine globally.

India is one of the seventh largest country and is among the first ten most developed countries in the world. The country measures 3,214 kms from north to south and 2933 kms from east to west. India's land frontiers are approximately 15,200 kms and its coastline is about 7,516 kms including Andaman and Nicobar islands and Lakshadweep region. India's northern boundary is democrated by the Himalayas. India's immediate neighbors are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Karnataka, a land with a peerless scenic beauty and charm, is well known for garden cities, ancient palaces, temples, forts, great monuments, fabulous carvings, pleasant hill resorts, lively wildlife sanctuaries and golden beaches and many more.
Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka. It is also called as the garden city of the country. It is a well-planned, modern city - a rarity for an industrial city of high caliber. With shady, blooming trees keeping pace with the streets pavements on both sides, most of the city gives the appearance of a garden. The crowning glory of the city, Lal Bagh, is a repository of colour vegetation.

Bangalore experiences winter from December to February, Summer from March to May, Rainy season ( South west monsoon) from June to September, post monsoon season which is the North east monsoon in South India from October to November [the most pleasant time of the year].
Languages Spoken: Kannada, English and Hindi.

The other campus is situated amongst one of the most beautiful landscapes and is 11 kms from international Airport away from the city. The campus is forms an ideal backdrop for the quiet and effective study. Both enjoy good transport facilities.
» IIAMR lies nestled amidst great scenic beauty within the Bangalore Palace Compound is 1km from Bangalore Railway Station.

» Well within heart of the city
» Tucked well within in the city in pace with the modern urban life & still away from the tenacious onslaughts of pollution

» The city campus is very next to a compact collection of eco friendly buildings with the royal splendor of the Maharaja's palace and is situated within the Bangalore palace.
IIAMR Students from different parts of India
Kerala, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, New Delhi, Maharastra, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Megalaya etc.
Nepal, Iran

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